Saturday, April 27, 2018
Thanks again to everyone who supported Thistledown – Midsummer Bedlam. I always like for my blog stories to be “interactive” with you readers, at least to a degree. You were an essential element of that faery tale.
What’s Now and What’s Next?
Well, one thing that’s next already is… or the future is the present… or have I just boldly gone where no (wo)man has gone before?
What I’m trying to say is that for those of you who aren’t familiar with my Jazz Age Wednesday posts, I currently have a series in collaboration with artist Rob Goldstein. It’s a Roaring Twenties, diesel-punk fantasy called Hullaba Lulu. Is that news to you? No worries, click here* for a post that has links to all the past episodes. It’s pos-i-lutely darb. Get aboard the diesel-punk train!
Get Caught Reading Month — All New Mini-series with Chris Graham
May is Get Caught Reading Month. Twice in the past, Chris Graham – the Story Reading Ape and I have collaborated on stories for this event. Hold onto your hats, because we’re together again! Premiering next weekend… (drum roll)…
Artie Meets the Alchemist!
Artie the genius chimpanzee is the creation of Chris Graham. He has popped into several of my stories. For our new story, a fictionalized Cornelis Drebbel is my character — he’s managed to wriggle out of the serial where I created him* and into some others too. I wonder what will happen when those two run into each other? Oh yes, this will be a steampunk story.
The Next What’s Next and Poll Results
I haven’t completed the editing and proofing of Atonement in Bloom. Although I still hope to finish before the summer arrives (as in solstice). After “Bloom” is published I will start a new Saturday serial.
A while back I polled you readers about what kind of “three things” serial you wanted next. The results were overwhelmingly for a new Atonement, Tennessee story. I’ve never done Atonement in a serial form. However, I’ve always seen those books as a trilogy. Blogging leaves me no time to write, so if there’s going to be a third book, it will have to come from a serial here. That’s a while into the future, but stay tuned!
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